As it may not be feasible or appropriate to survey every member of the group that you’re interested in researching, taking a sample can be the next best thing if carried out correctly. As this is a tricky process, HACT can complete this for you and recommend that you at least allow us to walk you through your first time. However, if you do decide to conduct your own sampling, it is imperative that the group you select to survey are an accurate representation of all of the members of your wider focal group, otherwise the conclusions you make based on the survey responses of your sample would not be applicable to your wider focal group.


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